the development of Houssem Aouar on his controversial comments about the French team

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After wearing the France team jersey on October 7, 2020 in a friendly match against Ukraine, Olympique Lyonnais midfielder Houssem Aouar made an announcement about the future of his international career: indeed, the 24-year-old announced last Thursday that he would be retiring from sports had changed nationality and thus represented the Algerian team. A decision that will take effect from September next year, in consultation with his new coach Djamel Belmadi, until he has regained his best physical level before defending the green and white jersey, as we have revealed to you in exclusive on our site.

Nevertheless, in an interview with the official media of the Algerian Football Federation, the neo-international of the Greens confided that he had some regrets about his first choice of opting for the blue jersey, before withdrawing two and a half years later. : “I can understand some thoughts. It is not a default choice. If it was, I wouldn’t have done it now. To be honest, when I chose to join the French team, I simply felt regret. Personally, I had not made the choice that suited me. Statements that made several observers of the round ball react, especially Raymond Domenech…

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Aouar regrets his comments about the Blues

Indeed, the former coach of the French team criticized him for viewing Algeria as a second choice following his decline at the club, closing the door to the Blues. The director concerned has agreed to an interview Televoetwanted to make things clear about his last words: “It’s my choice, and then I’m ready to face it. What I said was that I regretted not choosing Algeria sooner, it is not a choice against France. It is a lack of respect for our country, because there are very good players in Algeria. There are so many African players who are among the best in the world: Mané, Mahrez, Salah, Osimhen. It’s not a standard choice at all.”

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Always at the microphone TF1the former French Espoirs international (15 caps, 4 goals) is aware of the demands he will face in order to win at the behest of Djamel Belmadi and win the hearts of more than 44 million supporters: “By making this choice, I was never told that it would all be acquired, that I would come and that I would get the necessary playing time. Not at all, I am on an equal footing with the rest of the group and I am available for the coach. His change of sporting nationality is part of a policy by the FAF to persuade dual nationality to allow the Fennecs to regain their best level and in particular to host a third African Cup of Nations in Ivory Coast next winter . …

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